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Peace and Conflict Work (part-time course)

Start
21st February 2019
End
30th November 2019
Duration
10 months
Skill level
Basic
Place
Blended
Costs/Fee
3000
Description

The course combines periods of self-study with residential seminars. During the self-study periods, you will be introduced to the topics online in our virtual academy. The residential seminars will deepen your understanding of all that you have learned, and the group activities will be reviewed as a field of experience. The course will build on your existing practical skills and prior knowledge and encourage you to reflect on your own attitude. We will systematically examine the relationship between theory and practice.
A comprehensive range of methods relating to conflict analysis, conflict transformation and peace work will be introduced and studied. You will have the opportunity to continuously apply all that you have learned to a group project with practical relevance. This will involve analysing a real-life social conflict and developing options for a (hypothetical) intervention.
Engaging with concepts from peace and conflict research and the field of social psychology facilitates a critical analysis of the societal status quo and common practices within conflict transformation. Reflecting on your own experience and behaviour in conflict situations is integral to the course, as is reviewing group processes.

This course is held once a year and conducted in German. The blended learning format involves residential seminars and self learning phases supported by e-learning. During the online phases, you receive support from a tutor and also remain in contact with the other course participants. The content from the online phases will be considered in greater depth and expanded on during the residential seminars.

You will be expected to devote approx. ten hours a week to your studies during the online phases. You will mostly be able to decide for yourself how to spread this workload. Group members must coordinate via email and telephone during the online phases to arrange times when they will work together on group tasks.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the “Peace and Conflict Consultant” certificate.This course is intended for people who (want to) work in the field of peace and conflict work or conflict-sensitive development.

Preconditions

- completed professional/vocational training
- minimum of one year of work experience
- intercultural experience in your home country or abroad
- ability to read and understand English; fluent written and spoken German
- willingness to reflect on your own preconceptions and behaviour
- willingness to engage in groups and learning processes

Location
Am Kölner Brett 8 50825 Cologne Germany

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Topics
  • Conflict transformation
  • Culture and identity
  • Conflict analysis
  • Conflict management & conflict resolution
  • Conflict prevention
  • Mediation & negotiation
  • Peace education
  • Project management conflict-sensitive
  • Cultural awareness & communication
Languages German
Evaluation Final creative presentation and report on a self-chosen relevant societal conflict
Target Audience
  • General public
  • NGO staff
  • Other
  • Social workers
  • Youth workers
  • Teachers
Methods
  • Group Work and Collaborative Problem-Solving
  • Case Study
  • Role-play
  • Methods for Reflection
  • Arts-based methods
No of Participants 15
Accreditation
  • ZFU-Fernlehrgang (https://www.zfu.de/)
Certificate
  • "Peace and Conflict Consultant” certificate
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